IRS Postpones Virtually All Deadlines Until July 15, 2020, in Response to COVID-19

In Notice 2020-23, the Internal Revenue Service further expanded relief for taxpayers in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Individuals, corporations, trusts, estates and other taxpayers that ordinarily would have had a filing, payment or other deadline between April 1, 2020, and July 15, 2020, now qualify for an extension.

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Andrew R. RobersonAndrew R. Roberson
Andrew (Andy) R. Roberson focuses his practice on tax controversy and litigation matters. He represents clients before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Examination Division and Appeals Office and has been involved in more than 50 matters at all levels of the federal court system, including the US Tax Court, several US courts of appeal and the Supreme Court. Andy has experience settling tax disputes through alternative dispute resolution procedures, including Fast Track Settlement and Post-Appeals Mediation, and in representing clients in Compliance Assurance Process (CAP) audits. He also represents individuals in Global High Wealth Industry Group audits and in connection with offshore disclosure programs. Read Andy Roberson's full bio.


Brian MooreBrian Moore
Brian Moore focuses his practice on US and international tax matters. Read Brian Moore's full bio.


Carlyn S. McCaffreyCarlyn S. McCaffrey
Carlyn S. McCaffrey provides legal counsel on domestic and international tax and estate planning for high-net-worth individuals. She also advises individuals and institutions on charitable planning matters. Carlyn is co-head of the Private Client practice in the Firm's New York office. A frequent lecturer on subjects relating to tax law, trusts and estates, foreign trusts and matrimonial law, Carlyn is also an extensively published author on these topics. Read Carlyn McCaffrey's full bio.


Justin JesseJustin Jesse
  Justin Jesse focuses his practice on US and international tax and tax controversy. He advises clients on all aspects of tax disputes, including cases before the US Tax Court, US district courts and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Such matters have included disputes relating to captive insurance, research and development credits, transfer pricing and tax advantaged transactions. He has also represented clients before Congress relating to investigations of tax-related matters. Read Justin Jesse's full bio.

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